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2 Minutes Silence on Remembrance Day

Along with the Mayor and members of the public, Years 5 and 6 observed the 2 minutes silence for Armistice Day at the 11th hour on the 11th day of November. 

The children read poems, laid a wreath and said prayers. Then they took time to read some of the names of the fallen from the Lancaster…

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Posted by Steve Whalley on 11 November 2016

Category: Year 6 Blog


Scrooge Theatre Trip

28 children from years 5 and 6 spent an evening at the theatre to watch an original producion of A Christmas Carol. The children travelled by train to Preston, had a meal before watching the show at the Guild Hall, and were lucky enough to meet the writer and director (Anne Dalton) as well as a…

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Posted by Steve Whalley on 10 November 2016

Category: Year 6 Blog


A Soldier's Visit

As part of our work on war poetry, one of parents came to talk about his time in the army. This included some of the kit, food and countries he has visited. This enriched the children's understanding of the importance of the peackeeping role of our soldiers.

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Posted by Steve Whalley on 10 November 2016

Category: Year 6 Blog


Brilliant Bridge!

Well done to Year 3 who have completed their project 'No Place Like Home'. I was delighted to see a model of Skerton Bridge that has been made at home. Well done!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 7 November 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: Y3 , Art & Music , Geography & History


Y4 Castle Models

Three more amazing castles made at home. What industrious children!

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Posted by Claire Dickinson on 26 October 2016

Category: Year 4 Blog

Tags: Science & D.T.


Y4 Castle Models

Year 4 have been working hard at home to make some wonderful castles. Look at the detail on these. Well done!

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Posted by Claire Dickinson on 26 October 2016

Category: Year 4 Blog

Tags: Science & D.T.


Y5&6 - A Rosary for Aleppo

As part of the Aid to the Church In Need's 1Million Children Praying the Rosary, Year 5 and 6 created our own Rosary. We then said a decade of The Joyful Mysteries for unity and peace in Aleppo, Syria. This was to support Sister Annie and her work following her recent visit to our…

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Posted by Corinne Beveridge on 18 October 2016

Category: Year 5 Blog


A Welcome from the Bishop

At the annual Education Mass for the diocese, Bishop Michael Campbell welcomed all the teachers who have joined Catholic education this year. This included Mrs Grierson and Mr Whalley - welcome to the team at Cathedral Catholic Primary School!

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Posted by Corinne Beveridge on 14 October 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog


A Captivating Castle

More model making from Year 4 who are working really hard on their home learning projects. Today, I have seen a castle that is decorated with spent matches! The detail was fantastic with turrets, drawbridges and casements. Well done!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 10 October 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: Y4 , Geography & History


Lovely Lists

After their visit to Dalton Zoo on Friday, Reception have been writing lists of ingredients that they would like to feed the animals. The girls have shown good pencil grip and are beginning to recognise the letters that they need to match the sounds of the words. Well done girls!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 10 October 2016

Category: Headteacher Blog

Tags: E.Y.F.S. , English